My child's father has gone against court orders in allowing my daughter to call me or me to call her. He refuses to allow us to speak to one another, she is 4 years old and he entered her life for the very first time in 2016. This is her second July spending the entire month in his possession. We have a final agreement from when court ended in Jan 2018 that clearly states that calls are to not be prohibited. He has refused any and all communication while she is with him for over 1 year now. I do not have the funds to hire an attorney all over again to begin the process to file an enforcement, therefore, I want to represent myself and do not know how to begin
The Dallas County law library located at the George Allen Courthouse may have a form. In the motion, you need to state in detail each and every violation that you are alleging. Depending on the terms of the order, you may also want to request a clarification.
This answer is intended for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice nor forming the attorney client relationship.
If you don't know how, you would hire an attorney to represent you. Apply for legal aid. Look on Texaslawhelp.org. Try Fathers for Equal Rights for help representing yourself (they help mothers and fathers).
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